AUSTIN – On the heels of a recent report that The Guardian tweeted an image of an Afghanistan humanitarian workers contents — which included a Fleshlight — Interactive Life Forms, parent company of Fleshlight has made a donation of $5,000 to Doctors Without Borders.
According to The Guardian, humanitarian David Higgins described some of the things he carried: “We have to travel light here, so no luxuries: first aid kit, water filter, emergency rations, Fleshlight, sleeping bag, ground sheet, knife and distress beacon.”
Fleshlight COO Brian Shubin says, “As pleasure products become more acceptable and mainstream, we’re happy to see people utilizing our product as a tool to maintain human biology. Humanitarian workers also need relief and our products are a perfect and safe way for men around the world to fulfill their sexual needs.”
Interactive Life Forms created Flight by Fleshlight specifically for humanitarians and military personnel. The products can be found at Fleshlight.com/flight. The products are conveniently colored in army green and desert sand for discreetness.
More information about Fleshlight can be found at Fleshlight.com.